The Winchester Wolverines 8th Grade Girls Basketball Team finished their season with a perfect 27-0 record by winning the 8th Grade 2A IESA State Title on Thursday, December 18th. The team was supported by tremendous Winchester fans that were the largest fan base in the 12-year history of Riverton hosting the state finals. Great job team & fans!
Winchester High School 2014 Semester Exams are set for Thursday, December 18th (1st - 4th Hours) and Friday December 19th (5th - 8th hours). Both days will be a 2:15pm dismissal. Click on the link below to see the exam schedule. If you have any questions please call the school office at 217-742-3151. Here . . .
Winchester CUSD #1 Monthly Newsletter November 26, 2014 The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) School and Campus Safety Grant has been completed. New reinforced doors with impact resistant locks have been installed at the WGS main entrance. Shatter-resistant film has been installed as well as remote locking/access controls at both secretary desks. Visitors will now be “buzzed in” when entering the grade school during the school day. Our projected allocation for Title I in June was $84,817.00. Our final allocation was $122,708.00. We are paying part of two certified aide salaries with the increase as they work with Title I students in the library & computer lab. The WHS Student Council is close to their funding goal for the LED marquee sign in front of WHS at Cross & Elm. Weather permitting; the sign could be up in the next couple of months. Reflectors have been removed from half of the outside rows of lights in the WGS gym to allow for more light coverage area. It is better. The following motions were approved at the November 11 th School Board Meeting: . . .
Click here to view the 20145-15 WGS 1st Qtr Honor Merit Roll
Wolverine Pride has joined forces with 4Rivers to bring PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) to Winchester! There will be slight changes to Wolverine Pride. These changes were given to students/parents at registration. Wolverine Pride will still model, teach, reinforce and reteach the highest level of behavior at Winchester Grade School. We are committed to empowering all students to meet high expectations by creating a respectful and positive learning environment. Students who demonstrate appropriate behaviors will be recognized with positive consequences on both an immediate and long-term basis. The program will include expectations of: Respect Self Respect Time Respect Others Respect Property Each setting will contain rules the students will follow to meet these expectations. Students have been taught the rules through modeling and instruction. Reinforcement of the rules are given daily. Click here to view behavior matrix. Default Hyperlink Text In connection with Wolverine Pride, we use "Check-in/Check-out" (CICO). This program . . .
1.) Each senior may request up to three official transcripts to be sent out by the Guidance Counselor on their behalf. 2.) Each senior will be provided with one "student issued" transcript upon graduation. 3.) A fee of $5.00 per request will be charged after a student graduates. 4.) Normal processing time is 14 business days. Adopted: October 12, 2007
The Winchester High School Yearbook Staff is selling photo discs from the 2014 fall sports season. These discs contain photos taken by our staff during the regular season. Families may purchase a disc for football or volleyball for $15. A disc for football cheerleading is also available for $10. If you are interested in purchasing a disc, please contact Mrs. Kuchy via e-mail at email@example.com .
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